SOMETHING ABOUT ME
Bruno Ceriotti has over 25 years of experience in the music and entertainment business as a freelance music journalist, writer, researcher, and radio host. And, above all, he is one of the world’s top rock historians.
In the 1990s, he wrote and compiled rock artist biographies for music magazines like "Jam", his own website, and for his three blogs - "The San Francisco Sound", "Rock Prosopography 102", and "The British Sound" - that are so detailed that other historians consider them to be among the best rock music references.
During the 2000s, he became a top-rated contributor for popular music websites and blogs like "Chicken On A Unicycle", "Mike Bloomfield: An American Guitarist", "MildEquator: The Doors Collective Archives & Online Marketplace", "Rock Prosopography 101", "Rock Archaeology 101", "Lost Live Dead", and "Berkeley in the Sixties".
Since 2010, he has been an honorary member of the Italian branch of "The Official Beatles Fan Club - Pepperland". He also produced articles for the fan club's four-monthly fanzine.
Since 2011, he has been a consultant to a German vinyl-only label, "Speakers Corner Records", and collaborated from time to time with two other indie labels, one in Norway, "Strawberry Records", and another in the US, "Delmore Recording Society".
In 2011, he was also the music historian for the "Seven Years Underground: A 60's Tale", a documentary about the story of the Café au Go Go - one of the most famous New York's music venues of the 1960s - produced by Hollywood's Full Circle Films Company.
From 2011 to 2012, he co-hosted a weekly radio music show, "Con te sulla spiaggia", on the local station Canale 100-FM, in his home town of Bari, south Italy.
In 2011, he has written "My Little Red Book - Love Day-By-Day 1945-1971", an annotated day-by-day chronology of the legendary Los Angeles-based psychedelic rock band LOVE. In 2016, a fully revised and expanded version is published.
In 2012, he has written several entries to the "Rock Chronicles", a unique visual encyclopedia of rock published by Firefly Books.
In 2013, he has contributed extensively to "Rory Storm - The King of Liverpool", a biography of the great late English singer Rory Storm, written by Alex Schiavi and published by Editor'a Barata Atesanal.
In 2014, he has written "Wake Me, Shake Me - The Blues Project Day-By-Day", an annotated day-by-day chronology of the legendary New York-based blues rock band The Blues Project. In 2016, a fully revised and expanded version is published.
In 2014, he has contributed extensively to "A Man Called Destruction: The Life and Music of Alex Chilton, From Box Tops to Big Star to Backdoor Man", a biography of the great late American singer Alex Chilton, written by award-winning writer Holly George-Warren and published by Viking Press.
In March 2014, he has accepted a job as A&R for an Italian vinyl-only label, "A.MA Records".
From June to October 2014, he worked as music historian for "The Los Angeles Free Press 60's Music Site".
In May 2015, he has contributed extensively to "Blood, Sweat, and My Rock-n-Roll Years: Is Steve Katz a Rock Star?", the autobiography of former The Blues Project and Blood, Sweat & Tears' founder and guitarist Steve Katz, published by Globe Pequot Press.
In December 2015, he has contributed extensively to "The Basingstoke Music Scene in the 1960s", a book about England's town Basingstoke's music scene of the 60s, written by music historian Raz Razzle and published by Scolopendra Publishing.
In November 2016, he has contributed in a small way to "Total Chaos: The Story of The Stooges / As Told by Iggy Pop", the first book telling Iggy Pop's story of The Stooges from his own words, written by Grammy Award winner Jeff Gold and published by Third Man Books.
In December 2016, he has contributed in a small way to "Hey Joe: The Unauthorized Biography of a Rock Classic", a book about 'Hey Joe', one of the most famous and covered rock songs ever, written by New York Times best-selling author Marc Shapiro and published by Riverdale Avenue Books.
In September 2017, he has contributed extensively to "Love that Burns - A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac", a limited edition book about Fleetwood Mac's story from 1967 to 1974, written by the band founder and drummer Mick Fleetwood and published by Genesis Publications.
Decades of unpaid work go into this website and his related blogs, as you will see from the detailed information they contain. If you enjoy what I have put together maybe you could donate a small amount, via the PayPal button, to keep this valuable research going. Thanks!!!